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Apple's disappointing update this week sent shares in most of its suppliers tumbling, but smartphone parts maker Laird got City approval after its strategy update yesterday.

The wonder material Graphene may provide the answer in the quest for thinner, stronger, safer and more desirable condoms

Graphene: The wonder material being used to create thinner, stronger condoms and help fight spread of Aids

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation help fund development of the new material to promote condom use and stop the spread of HIV

George Zimmerman in a booking photo after being arrested in connection with a 'domestic disturbance'

George Zimmerman charged over pointing gun at his girlfriend and assault

George Zimmerman, who shot dead unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin sparking a nationwide debate in the US about race and self-defence, has been accused of pointing a shotgun at his girlfriend, police said last night.

Cheap as chips: Google’s new Nexus 5 could cost less than £200

The new Google phone packs impressive specs into rumoured $299 pricetag

Galaxy Round: The Samsung smartphone with curved 5.7-inch screen

New smartphone will only be available in Korea

Market Report: Arm is strong on Apple chip hopes

A pricey new smartphone was a reason to dislike Apple yesterday, so it was left to microchip designers to get the City excited. Apple's new smartphones all use 64-bit microchips, which is rather good news for Cambridge-based Arm Holdings.

iPhone 5C and 5S: Pros and cons

Apple have released two new versions of the iPhone: the high-end 5S and the cheaper 5C. But why should you choose one over the other?

Emirates Team New Zealand skippered by Dean Barker in action against Team Luna Rossa Challeng

Finally, damage free racing: Emirates Team NZ take 4-1 lead in Louis Vuitton Cup eliminators

Hallelujah! A full two-race programme completed by both boats in the Louis Vuitton Cup elimination series for the America's Cup. Races four and five were free of either boat being damaged or the wind being too strong and Emirates Team New Zealand won both of them to go 4-1 up in the best of 13 series over the Prada-backed Italians in Luna Rossa.

No hope of finding anyone alive as four bodies are discovered aboard sunken Indian submarine

Indian navy divers have recovered the bodies of four sailors who were trapped inside a submarine damaged by twin explosions, a navy spokesman confirmed.

More trouble for Dreamliner

Boeing's new Dreamliner jet, which was grounded for four months after catching fire, faced further turbulence yesterday when problems emerged with the engine fire extinguishers.

Ian Poulter found his Ryder Cup form to produce a mesmerising run of eagle-birdie-birdie-birdie to put himself into contention as clubhouse leader on one-over.

US PGA Championship: Ian Poulter feels pressure could be the key to breaking his Major Championship duck

After third-place finish at Muirfield, Ryder Cup hero Poulter believes a fast start on Thursday could see him lift the Wanamaker Trophy come Sunday

The 10 Best bathroom scales

Measure everything from weight to body fat and water percentages with devices that even send results to your smartphone

Moto X: Google's 'always on' phone that offers you Google Glass for cheap

The new handset is trained to recognise its owner's voice and answer queries, make calls and search the web

Boeing urges further inspections on its jets after Heathrow Dreamliner blaze

Air investigators say emergency locator beacon checks should include five more aircraft types

The new Blackberry Q5

Review: BlackBerry Q5

Need a phone with a qwerty keypad but don’t want to spend the earth? David Phelan reviews BlackBerry’s new Q5

The PX51 Turtle Beach Earforce gaming headset

A week with: The PX51 Turtle Beach Earforce gaming headset

'Perfect kit for all anti-social zombie hunters'

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